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Suffolk Chamber chief: stability, clarity, action and leadership the watch-words for local firms

The voice of business in Suffolk has urged national and local politicians to listen closely and carefully to the needs of the business community as the impact of Thursday’s vote for the UK to leave the EU is absorbed and understood. 

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce chief executive, John Dugmore said: “Businesses across Britain, including those in Suffolk, want a steady stream of communication from the Government and the Bank of England, with stability, clarity, leadership and action the watch-words for firms. 

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Bury St Edmunds Greater Ipswich Haverhill & District Lowestoft & Waveney Newmarket & District
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Suffolk Chamber of Commerce reaction to EU Referendum result

John Dugmore, Suffolk Chamber chief executive, said:  

"In the wake of the electorate's historic decision to leave the European Union, the immediate priorities for UK business are market stability and political clarity. 

"Suffolk’s businesses expect the country’s political leadership to show calmness and responsibility and not to be dragged into a prolonged political inquest. 

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Bury St Edmunds Greater Ipswich Haverhill & District Lowestoft & Waveney Newmarket & District
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Suffolk Chamber of Commerce response to Centre for Cities report
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce response to Centre for Cities report
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce response to Centre for Cities report

According to the Centre for cities, Ipswich has transformed itself from the 3rd least fiscally productive city in the UK (out of 63, ahead of only Burnley and Hull) to the 24th - the biggest change of any city in the UK.

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Greater Ipswich
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